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Honoring Cooper’s hometown hero

Delta County Sheriff’s Sgt. Paul Robertson (left) was honored Saturday, April 10, for his outstanding bravery and heroism during a March 7 shooting at the Commerce Wal-Mart. The ceremony was held at 3 p.m. on the Cooper Square in conjunction with the Cooper VFD Bike Rally. Mark Brandt opened the ceremony by singing the “Star Spangled Banner.” Above, County Judge Ted Carrington commends Robertson, saying “God kept him safe and carried him through.” Cooper City Councilman E.J. Cates proclaimed April 10 “Paul Robertson Day” and then gave Sgt. Robertson the key to the city.

Heart to Heart Prom Night at Carriage House Manor

Sulphur Springs Health Science Technology Education class members dance with Carriage House Manor residents at the 2010 Heart to Heart Prom at the center. Along with being dancing partners, students decorated and provided refreshments for the residents.

 

 

Phillip Fitzgerald and Louise Darby are king and queen of the 2010 Heart to Heart Prom at Carriage House Manor, put together by the Sulphur Springs Health Science Technology Education class.

Andrew Wallace adopts flag retirement project as final requirement for Eagle Scout

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It’s not uncommon to drive through Hopkins County and see many flags proudly displayed in front of residences and businesses. But flags, unfortunately, don’t last forever. Like everything else, they too suffer ill effects of sunlight, winds and weather.

 

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Grant application to repair damaged county roads gets approval

An application seeking $350,000 in block grants was approved by Hopkins County Commissioners in their regular meeting Monday.

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Dairy group’s new leader meets with local milk producers, sees some relief in prices coming this year

Alas, poor dairy farmers, they knew you well. But they come not to bury you, but to praise you. Perhaps it’s inappropriate tocompare the Hopkins County dairy industry to a Shakespearian tragedy. The tenor of today’s milk markets more resembles a modern anti-morality play, one where hard work and diligence is paid off with crushing debt and a bleak outlook for the future.

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